What more can you all for? There are many stalls there selling local fares and seafood. It is not a touristy place. Loads of locals there, jogging, walling their dogs, children cycling etc.
The food is really good. We went there twice, first time during dinner (about 5.30pm) & people were streaming in. Of you are lucky, you will probably be able to catch sine amazing sunsets! 2nd time we went during lunch and it was closed. So I assume that they are open only for dinner.
We just had a snack of Midin (Ferns) cooked with sambal belacan. As can be seen from my pic, my mat salleh friend totally loved it! Oh and I did too.
Definitely a really good bet for a great dinner in Miri.
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